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  • ...sleep should become close to the personal [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] baseline. This, as well as feeling refreshed and rested during the day, i === Monophasic ===
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  • ...sleep should become close to the personal [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] baseline. This, as well as feeling refreshed and rested during the day, i === Monophasic === <!--T:9-->
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  • ...ittle sleep reduction, these schedules offer other advantages. Compared to monophasic, these schedules offer continuous refreshment throughout the day and help t ...leep; nevertheless, they are not non-reducing for a person with an average monophasic baseline of around 8 hours.
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  • ...sleep timings. Most people are able to vary sleep times significantly on [[Monophasic]], with little to no ill effect. However, when adapting to a polyphasic sch
    1 KB (186 words) - 00:39, 9 April 2021
  • ...ittle sleep reduction, these schedules offer other advantages. Compared to monophasic, these schedules offer continuous refreshment throughout the day and help t ...leep; nevertheless, they are not non-reducing for a person with an average monophasic baseline of around 8 hours.
    9 KB (1,403 words) - 20:44, 25 January 2021
  • ...he naps are short, this resembles [[Sevamayl]], except having occasional [[monophasic]] days without naps. The sleep quality may be increased further by adding a ...ep schedule consistently for a long time, thus switching between different monophasic and polyphasic schedules every other day.
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  • ...wakefulness. The standard amount of sleep cycles for an average person on monophasic schedule is considered to be 5, and one nap should be added to remove one c
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  • ...he first 3 full cycles of sleep (4.5h). On [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] sleep, the REM cycles are often longer than 90m, so the 30m may also help ...ed much less success than the standard version. People with slightly lower monophasic requirements (e.g, 7h) might be able to adapt to this variant. Note that af
    10 KB (1,624 words) - 05:29, 27 December 2020
  • ...may be possible to stay close to the level of productivity on the original monophasic sleep. ...dream recall after adaptation may still be higher compared to the original monophasic sleep, though this is highly unpredictable.
    4 KB (583 words) - 09:39, 29 January 2021
  • ...he first 3 full cycles of sleep (4.5h). On [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] sleep, the REM cycles are often longer than 90 m, so the 30 m may also he ...ed much less success than the standard version. People with slightly lower monophasic requirements (e.g, 7h) might be able to adapt to this variant. Note that af
    9 KB (1,468 words) - 23:38, 16 January 2021
  • It has also been suggested that the REM baseline from [[monophasic]] sleep need not be fully accounted for in a successful adaptation. There h
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  • ...[[wikipedia:Sleep_deprivation|sleep deprivation]]. Some people (including monophasic sleepers) often turn off alarms repeatedly when trying to wake up, in the h ...educe the habituation to the alarm sounds. Recovery is usually done with a monophasic schedule, but using a [[Biphasic]] schedule like [[E1]], [[Siesta]], or [[S
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  • ...ook [[Special:MyLanguage/Ubersleep|Ubersleep]], as the schedule closest to monophasic of the Everyman schedule line. It can be viewed as a variant of the traditi ...nd part Biphasic, it trades one cycle from [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] for a single nap in the day. Because of the sleep cut from the core, [[wi
    13 KB (2,161 words) - 03:49, 25 January 2021
  • ...ook [[Special:MyLanguage/Ubersleep|Ubersleep]], as the schedule closest to monophasic of the Everyman schedule line. It can be viewed as a variant of the traditi ...nd part Biphasic, it trades one cycle from [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] for a single nap in the day. Because of the sleep cut from the core, [[wi
    13 KB (2,239 words) - 03:49, 25 January 2021
  • ...n 1, or E1, is part Everyman and part Biphasic, it trades one cycle from [[monophasic]] for a single nap in the day. Because of the sleep cut from the core, [[wi ...his schedule from monophasic sleep is recommended to be done straight from monophasic (i.e., [[cold turkey]]). However, unlike other polyphasic schedules with le
    14 KB (2,337 words) - 18:03, 20 December 2020
  • ...nificantly reduces total sleep compared to [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]]. Vital sleep needs to be [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitione
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  • ...a total sleep time close to one's personal [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] baseline. ...to bed until sunrise. Some naturally Segmented sleepers report interrupted monophasic sleep, where they wake up in the middle of the night. They are often sugges
    12 KB (2,017 words) - 20:06, 7 January 2021
  • ...he second core, making total sleep time at night reduced compared to their monophasic baseline. The core midday can then have a natural wake without using alarms
    11 KB (1,113 words) - 07:21, 3 February 2021
  • ...nificantly reduces total sleep compared to [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]]. Vital sleep needs to be [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitione
    5 KB (842 words) - 05:13, 6 January 2021
  • ...a total sleep time close to one's personal [[Special:MyLanguage/monophasic|monophasic]] baseline. ...to bed until sunrise. Some naturally Segmented sleepers report interrupted monophasic sleep, where they wake up in the middle of the night. They are often sugges
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